As we mentioned in the last Five To Save, much of the media focus on hospital operations during the pandemic has centered around the steps facilities have had to take to remain able to serve their communities responsibly. (The number of furloughs has continued to tick up, by the way.)
The reduction and shutdown of highly profitable elective procedures has created ripples that those outside of healthcare and supply chain's daily operations aren't likely to notice.
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